The Weekly Roundup – What’s News

By Neat Pour Staff |

There was lots of booze (and some coffee) in the news last week:

A couple of Midwest microbrews announced expansions, and a macro-brew announced some new packaging. Politics mixed with product in the coffee world, and the wine world continued to deal with fallout from the Great Counterfeiting Scandal. Some new canned cocktails hit the market and Bacardi added some Irish whiskey to their empire.

Check out all of the news and links below.

Beer

Wine

Spirits

Coffee

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